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About me

 

 

 

I'm a writer, editor, and teacher based in Maine. I am currently an assistant editor for Narrative Magazine. In 2019 I graduated from the University of Southern Maine's Stonecoast MFA program. I'm also a member of:

 

 

When I'm not writing, providing editorial guidance, or teaching, I'm drinking way too much coffee, planting trees, or attempting to rescue all furry critters in need.

 

I'm available for new work or consultations. To find out if your project is a good fit, send me a message through my Contact page.

Short fiction

2021. "Bird Day"  Newfound

2021. "How to Return a Phone Call"  Midway Journal

2020. "Starling"  Yemassee

2020. "Portrait of a Young Woman During Quarantine" Brilliant Flash Fiction

2018. "Trash Day" River River

2017. "Like Fleas on White" 34thParallel

2016. "Pi's End" The UMA Scholar

2016. "Tying Turtles" The UMA Scholar

Creative non-fiction

2020. "My Sister and Other Big Things" Cutbank Literary Magazine Issue 92.

 

Fellowships and residencies

2021. Jentel Arts Foundation, resident writer.

Awards and recognition

2021. "Bird Day" shortlisted for the 2020 Fractured Lit Micro Fiction Prize.

2020. Opening page for Pity-Heart was long-listed for the Sunspot Inception prize.

2020. Opening page for Pity-Heart was long-listed for the Retreat West Best Opening Page Competition.

2019. Runner-up for the Big Sky, Small Prose Flash CNF contest from Cutbank Literary Magazine.

2016. Recipient of the MWPA Martin Dibner Memorial Fellowship.